Tudor boss welcomes Brexit deal

Director of Leeds-based forwarder, Tudor International Freight, Adam Johnson, has welcomed the Brexit deal between UK and EU negotiators. He says that the fact that the document would, if finally approved, provide much-needed certainty about future trading arrangements after over two years of considerable doubt. He said ratification would also confirm goods could continue being shipped between the UK and EU without tariffs being imposed or burdensome and time-consuming border checks ... [+]

Get ready for ‘no deal’ disruption, warns Tudor Freight boss

Managing director of Leeds-based Tudor International Freight, David Johnson, has repeated his warning to businesses trading with the EU to brace themselves for a period of disruption. With major remaining differences of opinion on issues such as the Irish border between Prime Minister Theresa May and the EU and within ... [+]

Be Brexit-ready, forwarder urges business

A Yorkshire forwarder has set out urgent practical steps businesses trading with the EU should take to minimise problems after a “no deal” Brexit. David Johnson, managing director of Leeds-based Tudor International Freight, said with less than 200 days until the UK leaves the EU, affected importers and exporters broadly needed ... [+]

Time to break out the carnets in Brexit Britain?

Following the announcement of a ‘leave’ result in the EU referendum today (24 June), the Freight Transport Association (FTA) says coming out of union risks disrupting the UK supply chains. The Government has two years to negotiate the new rules – one example is the need for international road transport ... [+]

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